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  • Comments regarding the CQL-based HQMF v2.1 Update
    • This draft removed the first two sections from the previous version, which were titled "Structure of this Guide" and "Conformance Conventions", which were only 5 pages long. Re-insert these sections because they provide valuable context especially regarding template versioning (since this draft includes many "V2" annotations which are not explained).
      • [commenter: Paul Denning]
    • Late additions to QDM 5.3 add Relevant Time as an attribute for Medication, Order and Medication, Dispensed. Please add these attributes to the templates. Also note:
      • For Medication, Order, or Medication, Dispensed the effectiveTime low should represent the time the order should take effect (defaulted to author time unless the medication order specifies a different start time).
      • For Medication, Order, effectiveTime high should be the date that the medication supply specified (including the refills) is completed (and not the frequency).
      • For Medication, Dispensed, effectiveTime high should be the time the medication supplied during the dispensing event is to be completed. Each refill will represent a different dispensing event.
      • Since effectiveTime low provides the information about the start time of the medication (at the time of the order or at a future date), the QDM attribute activeTime is no longer needed; it has been removed from the QDM 5.3.
      • [Commenter: Floyd Eisenberg]
    • The Participation QDM 5.3 datatype seems to be missing from the STU 2.1 draft. It needs to be addressed in the Update.
      • [Commenter: Floyd Eisenberg for Stan Rankins]